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23 September 2011

Bosnia Victims Query Value of Guilt Agreements

Courts in Bosnia increasingly rely on guilt pleas to speed up trials secure verdicts – but many victims groups feel justice is being sacrificed in the name of expediency.
10 August 2011

Court Experts: An Unnecessary Expense?

There are some who believe, particularly the victims of war crimes, that the expert analysis of indictees, which decides whether an indictee is fit to stand trial for war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is in fact an unnecessary drain on budgetary resources and obstructs the court proceedings.
17 May 2011

Gajic: Possible Plea Bargain

At a trial for war crimes committed in Bihac municipality, the Defense of Pavle Gajic announced its readiness to discuss a plea bargain with the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzergovina.
13 May 2011

Bosnia State Prosecutor ‘Slowing’ Work on War Crimes

Critics charge State Prosecutor’s office with keeping hold of low-ranking cases that should go to lower courts - slowing the work of resolving Bosnia’s top war crimes by 2015 deadline.
15 March 2011

Gajic: Fall, Coma and Amnesia

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has again postponed the beginning of Pavle Gajic's trial and ordered an additional psychiatric examination of the indictee in order to determine whether his statements about mental problems contain “elements of simulation”.
14 January 2011

Gajic: State Prosecution Files Custody Extension Motion

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has asked the State Court to extend custody of Pavle Gajic, who is charged with crimes against prisoners of war committed in the Bihac area, but the Defence objects to the motion.

30 December 2010

Custody Ordered for Pavle Gajic

The State prosecution has asked the Court to order one-month custody for Pavle Gajic, former member of the Republika Srpska Army, who is suspected of crimes in Bihac.
30 December 2010

Pavle Gajic Arrested

The State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) has arrested Pavle Gajic, who is suspected by the State Prosecution of crimes against prisoners of war in Bihac.